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Julie "Jules" Ann Trahan Maust

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Julie "Jules" Ann Trahan Maust passed away on August 5, 2020 following a hard fought battle with ALS. Julie was born in Lake Charles on August 4, 1968 and grew up in Crowley. She was a 1986 graduate of Notre Dame High School. Julie attended McNeese State University and worked in the technology industry at Bravo Networking, Didelot Consulting and spent many years at Our Lady Queen of Heaven School as network administrator. In recent years, she was active in the Barataria Mardi Gras Krewe and in fundraising for the Family Foundation and Family and Youth. She was also a member of the Lake Charles Racquet Club, founding member of the Shannon Cox Counseling Center, a division of Family and Youth, and a very active member of the Orange Theory of Lake Charles. She also attended Mass at the Chapel of Christus St. Patrick's Hospital.

Jules was married to Dr. Jay R. Maust, II and together they enjoyed many years of traveling, fishing, and watching Saints Football. She will also be greatly missed by her oldest daughter, Nadia Farque and her husband Jared of Ragley, by her youngest daughter, Hailey McPherson and her husband Jake of Atlanta, GA; and especially by her three grandchildren, Joey, Hayden, and Hadleigh Farque, with whom she shared some of her happiest times.

Additionally, Julie is survived by her mother, RoyLynn Trahan of Crowley; her in-laws, Dr. and Mrs. Jay Maust of San Antonio, TX; her sisters, Andrea Trahan and her husband Dave of Crowley, Alice Frank and her husband Ted of Atlanta, GA, and Jeanne Marcantel and her husband Jerome of Lake Charles; her two stepdaughters, London Maust Hannan and her husband Kyle of Gretna, and Sierra Maust of Austin, TX; and two brother-in-laws, Dr. Jon Maust and his wife Mona of San Antonio, TX, and Dr. Joel Maust of Dallas, TX.

Julie was preceded in death by her father, Lawrence Trahan; her grandparents, Marilyn and Harold Leleux, Roy Lionel Schexnyder, Anniss and Walter Trahan, and her former husband Darren Martin.

Serving as pallbearers are K.P. Gibson, Craig "Fat Cat" Henry, Danny Forest, Mark Myers, Zach Trahan, and Luke Hanks.

Visitation will be held at Hixson Funeral Home of Lake Charles on Sunday, August 9, 2020 from 4:00pm until 8:00pm, with a Rosary prayed at 6:00pm, then again on Monday morning from 8:00am until the procession to the church. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Monday, August 10, 2020 at 10:00am at the Immaculate Conception Cathedral in Lake Charles, with Father Brian King as celebrant. A private burial service will be celebrated at a later date, and interment will be at Woodlawn Cemetery in Crowley, LA.

The family would like to thank Heart of Hospice and The Guardian for their compassionate care for Jules. Also, the family is forever grateful to so many others who helped, especially Elleanor Barilleaux, Emily Lewis, Oseas "Flako" Perez, Julia Schmid, Donishia Hall, Wanda Guillory, Tracy Francis, Allie Aucoin, and Satarah Oliver, among others for their dedication to her. Donations in memory of Jules Maust can be made to the ALS Association, to the Family Foundation, or to Family and Youth.

Because of concerns regarding COVID-19, the family requests visitors to wear masks and maintain social distancing guidelines. Also, following the Mass, the family will not be gathering.

Words of comfort may be shared with the family at www.jehixson.com.

Services

services précédents:

  • Visitation

    dimanche, 9 août , 2020

  • Visitation

    lundi, 10 août , 2020

  • Rosary

    dimanche, 9 août , 2020

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    lundi, 10 août , 2020

AUTRES SERVICES:

  • Interment

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Julie "Jules" Ann Trahan Maust

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ENVOYEZ CONDOLEANCES
Chandler Sorrells

août 14, 2020

First of all if someone could explain or get with me if you can still send flowers after a funeral has already passed as I have never done so before but this lady is worth doing so even when money is not the best right now

Her daughter was a classmate of mine for long enough to never forget and she was the nicest and most non-judgmental parent of any of my friends that I could ever remember as I scared most of them off to warn their kids to stay away from me ha

Each and every affected family member and friend will remain in my thoughts prayers and continue to receive my good vibes at any time there is anything I can do to help I do reside in Lake Charles currently but that could change any day

Ken and Lori Finn

août 9, 2020

I hate oysters. Jules, however, turned us on to local charbroiled oysters and I was hooked. Thank you for getting me to change my tune on them. Our brief time together has not been forgotten and we will be there again to see Jay in the future. God got one of the best ones :)

Joan Begnaud

août 7, 2020

My sweet cousin Julie. I watched you grow up and enjoyed so much when you and your sisters came to my apartment next to your grandma and my Aunt Marilyn. I so much enjoyed the company.
My fondness memory of Julie was her infectious smile. She had the most radiant glow when she smiled.
I enjoyed the reunions we had a long time ago and to my sadness was no more. But I always remembered my girls. 😍
You are no longer in pain and are in great company with your dad and Grandma Marilyn and Pop Harold. I am sad I won’t see that beautiful smile. My heart hurts too even though we haven’t seen each other for a long time. You will always be in my heart. Rest peacefully our sweet angel. Loved you❤️😘😘
Cousin Joan Begnaud

Ellen Myers

août 7, 2020

I was grateful to Ju for coming to my rescue for Mark’s wedding. She helped get me dressed, did hair and makeup!
She also showed me how to make her breakfast, scrambled eggs, mushrooms and spinach ! Yum yum! I’ll miss her sweet and kind ways. I was there from her very beginning of life! She always had a welcoming smile. Rest pain free Ju. Love you always, Ell (Aunt Ell)

Oseas Perez

août 6, 2020

You will be truly missed, we are truly grateful we were able to meet such a wonderful woman as yourself. You were so caring, and fully devoted to those you loved. My family and I cared for you so much, you’ve been such a blessing in our lives and even though you’re no longer here with us, you will forever be in our hearts.

“Our hearts ache for your absence, but also rejoice because you are in your forever home with God. “

Brittney Palomino

août 6, 2020

I met Jules at Orange Theory. She was a great athlete, also very kind and always willing to chat with me. The last conversation I had with her was regarding my back issue. She had compassion and recommendations for me. I can say my back is better today and I will greatly miss seeing her at Orange Theory. I will have a solid workout in her memory!

Meredith Boullion

août 6, 2020

Sending my deepest condolences for Julie’s loved ones. I will always think of her as being a joy to be around while working with her at OLQH School. She was patient, thoughtful and kind. There was a light inside her that I had the privilege to see shine through her daughters as their teacher. My heart aches for what must be a tremendous loss for her family. Keeping everyone in my thoughts and prayers.

Jay & Jane Maust

août 6, 2020

Our hearts are heavy with the loss of our beloved daughter-in-law, Jules. We shared so many memorable times together including a family fishing trip to MN, our 50th anniversary in Hawaii, an outstanding trip to Italy in 2017 right before the terrible ALS diagnosis and multiple family Christmas get-togethers. May she REST in PEACE. God Bless. Jay & Jane Maust, San Antonio, TX

Alex Hennigan

août 6, 2020

Julie was such a sweet soul! She welcomed me here with open arms 28 years ago this month. She made sure that i knew i'd made the right decision moving down here. Very kind and caring. She opened her home to me when David and Darrin would go off working together so that i wouldn't be alone. Nadia and Haley were so cute and little! We didn't stay in touch as we should have but i did love her dearly. She will be greatly missed.
Alex and David

Mary Anne Hipp

août 6, 2020

My heart aches at this time but it is a blessing to know that this precious lady is no longer suffering. Jules was our technology assistant during my principalship at Our Lady Queen of Heaven School and what a “jewel “ she was. She was loved and appreciated by all. I also was blessed to have her two beautiful daughters as students. They hold a special place in my heart. May they and Jay feel God’s love at this difficult time. She loved you dearly.

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